LaLiga Santander To comply with FFP rules
In a summer transfer window where Real Madrid are expected to be more active than their previous seasons, Los Blancos will seek to gain 200 million euros from player sales whilst looking to invest 300m euros in transfer fees.
Madrid are eager to comply with UEFA‘s Financial Fair Play rules, which dictate that the clubs have a 100m euro allowance to spend compared to what they earned in one season.
Having already signed Eder Militao and Rodrygo Goes, Madrid will also push for the signings of Luka Jovic and Ferland Mendy.
Players such as Gareth Bale, Dani Ceballos, Keylor Navas and Marcos Llorente are expected to depart the club, while others may also be in line to be offloaded this summer.
At Madrid, they are willing to avoid bringing themselves into the situation of Manchester City, who face a potential Champions League ban, or Paris Saint-Germain, who are under investigation by UEFA.
The arrival of a superstar such as Neymar can never be ruled out, but the club will be certain to have adequate funds before proceeding with a big-name transfer.